SFI Journal, Issue 41
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The history of the formation of the St. Sergius Orthodox Theological Institute in Paris; Nikolai Berdyaev’s “Academy” in post-revolutionary Russia; theological schools created by Orthodox brotherhoods in the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth in the 16th–17th centuries; Theological Faculty of the University of Warsaw and Orthodox education in Poland during the Interwar period — the 41st issue of the SFI Journal begins with the Theological Education section.
Subject-object and subject-subject approaches of modern pedagogy to describe the types of missionary consciousness; adult faith formation in the Syriac Maronite Catholic Church after the liturgical reforms of the Second Vatican Council and development of Syriac studies in the mid-20th and early 21st centuries; the influence of Orthodoxy on the cultural and everyday life changes of the small peoples of Altai — in the Missiology and Catechetics section.
Also in the issue you will find: an overview of the National conference “Religion and Media: ‘The New Normal’” (Moscow, December 9–10, 2021); a review of Alexander Lavrov and Alexei Morokhin’s book “The Zealots of Piety. Essays on Church and Literary Activities” (St. Petersburg: Nauka, 2021); an abstract of fr. Alexey Maksimov’s book “Catholic Missiology: History. Theory. Hermeneutics” (Moscow: PSTGU Publ., 2021).